Attorney-at-law, Dphil, Partner at Three Crowns LLP

Areas of expertise: international law, international commercial arbitration

Arbitration experience: He has represented States, international organizations, and private parties in more than 70 disputes, including the largest maritime delimitation case to date in the International Court of Justice (Peru v Chile), the ground-breaking “Black Economic Empowerment” case before ICSID (Foresti and ors v South Africa), and some of the most critical cases in the European energy industry in the past decade.

Languages: Greek, French, English

Education: graduate degrees, including a doctorate, from Oxford, as well as degrees from the universities of Strasbourg and Athens

Professional career: Formerly the head of the Paris arbitration team of a leading international firm and of that firm’s public international law group, Georgios has a broad practice covering inter-state, investment, and commercial disputes. He is an Avocat (France) and an Advocate of the Supreme Court (Greece), and registered with the Law Society of England & Wales. Georgios has published extensively on international law and international arbitration, including the well-known monograph Procedural Law in International Arbitration, and he is the co-author, with Jan Paulsson, of UNCITRAL Arbitration. Georgios represents a Member State at UNCITRAL since 2007; is a visiting professor at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland; and the current rapporteur of the International Law Association International Arbitration Committee.